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March 15, 2019

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All landfills and composting facilities regulated by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) are required to have certified operators. This includes any Class II and Class III landfill that accepts only industrial waste. Composting facilities that are regulated through the Natural Resources...


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May 1, 2017

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This fact sheet explains how to effectively and safely compost deadstock in bear country. Effective composting of deadstock will reduce negative human bear interactions thereby reducing incidents of public safety, property damage and human caused bear mortality.


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September 1, 2016

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This activity booklet was created to help teachers introduce children to the 4Rs of reduce, reuse, recycle and recover. Waste Watchers educates students about waste minimization and hazardous waste.


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February 1, 2016

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Activity book for children about recycling and waste management.


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February 1, 2014

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This is a plan for Albertans to switch from disposing leaf and yard waste in landfill to recycling it. Organics, including leaf and yard waste, make up an estimated 40 per cent of the residential and 25 per cent of the industrial, commercial, and institutional waste streams. When leaf and yard...


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January 1, 2011

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Mortalities happen. Under Alberta’s Destruction and Disposal of Dead Animals Regulation of the Animal Health Act, Appendix A, the owner of a dead animal shall dispose of the animal within 48 hours of its death. Mortalities can be composted, incinerated, buried, rendered or naturally disposed....


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January 1, 2011

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Mortalities happen. Under Alberta’s Destruction and Disposal of Dead Animals Regulation of the Animal Health Act, Appendix A, the owner of a dead animal shall dispose of the animal within 48 hours of its death. Mortalities can be composted, incinerated, buried, rendered or naturally disposed....


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December 1, 2008

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Vermicomposting or worm composting is using red wiggler worms to decompose organic household wastes into a useful soil conditioner.


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April 1, 2006

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Presents a background article on composting. This resource is relevant to Junior and Senior High School studies.


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May 1, 2005

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Composting livestock manure can address some of the problems and concerns related to intensive livestock operations while providing many other benefits to producers.